Serverless plugin for adding a function to send logs from Cloudwatch to Splunk and attach it to the log groups for every other function in the package.
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Make sure you have the following installed before starting:
First install the package:
npm install serverless-plugin-splunk --save
Then add the plugin to your
There are a few parameters that you need to use (if you use the arn parameter, the url and token can be omitted):
custom:splunk:url: 'Splunk HTTP event collector URL'token: 'Splunk HTTP event collector Token'arn: 'AWS ARN of Splunk Logging Function' # Optionalexcludestages: # Optional- '[name of a stage to exclude]'- '[another stage name to exclude]'
Some details on these parameters
|url||URL address for your Splunk HTTP event collector endpoint||blank||Default port for event collector is 8088. Example: https://host.com:8088/services/collector|
|token||Token for your Splunk HTTP event collector||blank||To create a new token|
|arn||AWS ARN of a Splunk Logging Function that already is deployed if you don't want one created by this function||blank||You can use Blueprint II from here|
|excludestages||Stages you don't want logging hooked up for||blank||Serverless stages|
The plugin will be packaged with the lambda when deployed as normal using Serverless:
All support is conducted through GitHub issues. This is released basically "as is" but we will answer questions as we can.
Please open a GitHub issue before contributing code changes.